Active Search Results Soludo offers to stand as surety for release of Nnamdi Kanu, pub-2829234355596952, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Soludo offers to stand as surety for release of Nnamdi Kanu


By Okechukwu Onuegbu

Anambra State governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, Saturday, offered to stand in as surety for release of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Soludo, who has also assumed the National Leader of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), urged the federal government to release the leader of the proscribed group unconditionally but he could stand in for his surety if the release was not granted.

The governor made the appeal at the APGA Campaign kick-off in Awka, assuring that he would accommodate and cater for him in Awka, as well as release him to the federal government anytime needed him.

"I am making a passionate appeal to the Federal Government to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu unconditionally. If he cannot be released unconditionally, i want him released to me and i will stand surety for him. We need Nnamdi Kanu in the roundtable conversation to discuss the insecurity in the South East. 

"We must end insecurity in the South East and we need Nnamdi Kanu to be around. We have applied the kinetic and non kinetic approach to fighting insecurity in the South East but the non kinetic approach cannot be complete without the Federal government releasing Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

"We are Progressives and that is why we allowed other political parties and their candidates to come here on campaign because we believe in level play ground for all and sundry to Campaign which some people while they were here did not do," he noted.

Earlier, the Presidential candidate of APGA Professor Peter Umeadi, described himself as the most qualified candidate to lead the country, noting that his regime as President will unit the country.

Also speaking, the National Chairman of APGA, Mr Victor Ike Oye, who handed over the flags of the party to the gubernatorial candidates of the party, States Assembly candidates and National Assembly candidates nationwide, urged electorate to chose the party. 

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post